“Think global, act local….that’s GLOCAL!” ~Tobias A. Fox
Utilizing the approach of social entrepreneurship, Newark Science and Sustainability, Inc. (Newark SAS) is a community-driven, 501c3 nonprofit organization based in Newark, NJ that implements various initiatives to increase awareness of environmental, ecological and wellness issues through educational programs and hands-on activities. Newark SAS assists with the creation of self-sustaining and environmentally friendly communities by developing pathways for green jobs, increased self-sufficiency, and broader community empowerment. We achieve this through collaborations and partnerships with residents, community-based organizations and other key stakeholders, including local businesses. Your continued support helps our local actions address global challenges.
Farm to Table Co-op – Food Access
$20 helps a family of 2-4 eat fresh, locally grown produce for a week
$50 helps a family of 2-4 eat fresh, locally grown produce for two weeks
$100 helps grow our Farm to Table Co-op to ensure more residents have access to fresh, locally grown produce.
“Brilliant idea- and excellent implementation strategies. Keep up this much needed greening of Newark!” —Angela Carter Brown
“This gentleman is working for a noble cause. I support his cause.” —Loren Robinson
“Great things are happening with Newark SAS! There’s always something to learn and plants to nurture.” —Copperwudi Nelson
Newark's Harvest: A Citywide Garden Tour
September 8 - 14, 2019
This week long, historical garden tour and present-day harvest will provide an opportunity for residents and visitors to become informed about the various agricultural spaces that exist in Newark, NJ.
This event will serve as a means to encourage healthy eating, healthy living practices, and environmental education. Through a series of workshops and by reaping the benefits from the harvests of each of the participating spaces, residents will walk away with healthy, locally grown produce and a broader awareness of environmental stewardship. Click here to download the calendar of this week-long garden tour.